Orange Tiramisu

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

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After I whined and carried on about the Tiramisu recipe in the February Daring Bakers challenge, I got several requests for my tried and true, old standby tiramisu recipe.  When Easter rolled around, I decided to make it and share it with you.  There was one problem, though.  My tiramisu recipe includes raw egg yolks, espresso and booze, all of which are verboten for my seven year-old nephews.  I certainly didn’t want to serve a luscious dessert for our Easter feast that the little guys couldn’t enjoy, so I had to modify my recipe.  What I came up with was a version that had none of the offending ingredients, but was so fabulous that I may never go back to my old recipe again!

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